Woman Pulled From Her Car By Dade Officer Video posted on YouTube shows a confrontation between a Miami-Dade Police officer and a woman at Whigham Elementary in Cutler Bay.
Coral Springs Concert Ends With Students Being TreatedA concert at a Coral Springs high school ended with more than a dozen students being treated on Thursday.
Homestead Woman Ambushed, Shot Multiple TimesA Homestead woman was shot during an attempted robbery.
McCarthy Abruptly Withdraws Candidacy For House SpeakerConfronting insurmountable obstacles, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy suddenly withdrew from the contest for speaker of the U.S. House on Thursday, shocking colleagues just before they were to vote and producing ever-deeper chaos for a divided Congress.
Police Make 2 Arrests In Violent Robbery At Miami Beach BoutiqueA Miami Beach consignment store owner says she is relieved the men who terrorized her store are now behind bars.
Investigation Underway Into Death Of Couple Found In Miramar HomeThe deaths of a couple found inside a Miramar home are under investigation.
Netflix Announces Price Hike to $10 Per MonthNetflix is hiking up their most popular streaming plan to $10 a month.
Blue Sky & Red Ice At Pluto, NASA Spacecraft DiscoversThe sky is blue, not just on Earth but on Pluto as well.
Boat Owners, Home Owners Clash Over Anchored LiveaboardsFred Karlton told a House committee Thursday he has lined up a row of sailboats to separate his backyard from boaters who anchor for weeks at a time just feet from his waterfront Miami Beach property.
Ex-Boyfriend In Trouble Over Allegedly Threatening TextsA 19-year old man faced a judge Friday, accused of threatening to post nude photos of his ex-girlfriend on social media.
Lawmaker Pushes For Computer Coding In SchoolsA state senator has proposed a bill that would require a computer-coding curriculum in high schools.
Ex-Bank Exec Pleads Guilty In $1.2 Billion Ponzi SchemeA former bank executive faces up to five years in prison for his role in the billion dollar Ponzi scheme masterminded by one-time Ft. Lauderdale attorney, Scott Rothstein.